GOLD MEDAL Maria Mencwel from Poland for the poster “Home?”
For an apparently serene image, accompanied with deeply shocking statistics of fatalities of boat migrants and refugees in the ongoing crisis, that demands that the viewer contemplates their desperation and fate.
SILVER MEDAL Małgorzata Gurowska from Poland for the poster “ZOEpolis”
For a representation of a micro ecosystem that evokes the complexity that the coexistence of organisms entails.
BRONZE MEDAL Nikodem Pręgowski from Poland for the poster “Home”
For an emotionally charged image powerfully communicating primal fear.
Anna Naumova from Poland for the poster “Look”
For a wake-up call conveying the daily horror of the life of innocent victims caught up in the tragedy of war.
Yurko Gutsulyak from Canada for the poster “Ruin”
For a highly impactful and smartly conceived poster with a wordplay critically commenting about the war in Ukraine.
Vladimir Tsesler from Cyprus for the poster “Belarusian Ornament”
For a seemingly innocuous image of a traditionally handcrafted work that on closer examination carries a disturbing hidden message.
Akademia Sztuk Pięknych w Warszawie
Krakowskie Przedmieście 5,
00–068 Warszawa, Polska